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Irving-Based ExxonMobil Takes Step Toward World’s Largest Low-Carbon Hydrogen Facility

by | Jan 30, 2023
The company has awarded a contract for front-end engineering and design for the project. Its Baytown low-carbon hydrogen, ammonia, and carbon capture facility is expected to produce 1 billion cubic feet of low-carbon hydrogen per day, making it the largest low-carbon hydrogen project in the world at planned startup in 2027-2028.
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With New $300M Joint Venture, Dallas Single-Family Rental Giant Eyes High-End Homes
by | Mar 7, 2022
Dallas-based Invitation Homes is teaming up with Boston property investment firm Rockpoint Group to buy and renovate expensive single-family homes for rental. Their plan: targeting homes in “premium neighborhoods" across the U.S. to serve "renters by choice." With expected debt, the total venture commitment is $750 million.
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UTA Joins Just Three Other Universities In Achieving the Prestigious ‘Texas Tier One’ Designation
by | Aug 19, 2021
UTA is the first university to achieve the designation in more than three years—joining Texas Tech, the University of Houston, and the University of Texas at Dallas as a recognized research university.
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Dallas Invents: 128 Patents Granted for Week of May 18
by | Jun 2, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 12 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Apple’s adaptive multiplexing and transmit/receive diversity, Flypsi’s telephone network system, Micell Technologies’ coatings containing multiple drugs, Polte’s multi-path mitigation in tracking objects using a distributed antenna system, rewardStyle’s affiliate link generation, Tesla Laboratories’ mobile device as an input device for surveys at a live event, TMGCore’s liquid immersion cooling, Twitter’s swipe-to-like, and USAA’s biometric authentication on push notification.
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Dallas Invents: 115 Patents Granted for Week of May 4

by | May 19, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Allied Bioscience's aqueous antimicrobial coatings, American Leather Operations convertible furniture, Caris Science's method for measuring the amount of at least one molecule in a bio sample, Siemens Industry Software 's environmental perception in autonomous driving STMicroelectronics' NFC antenna switch, Toyota's collaboorative robot hand bearing for high-torque tightening applications, and vSpatial's method for creating a collaborative virtual session.
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Dallas Invents: 119 Patents Granted for Week of April 27
by | May 11, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Bank of America's authentication using blockchains, Dell's validation of data integrity through watermarking, Samsung's compensating for a movement of a sensor attached to a body of a user, SYNERGEN Technology Labs' baby monitor system sound and light delivery based on vitals,Toyota's parking meter monitoring and payment system, and Walmart's product recognition through multi-model image processing.
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Symposium Highlights North Texas’ Black Tech Talent, Potential
by | May 11, 2021
Nonprofit BUiLT is hosting the event to highlight the success and possibilities of Black tech talent in the region. “There is no talent pipeline problem,” says Peter Beasley, co-founder of the Blacks United in Leading Technology International. “Black tech talent is widely available, especially in North Texas.”
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Dallas Invents: 111 Patents Granted for Week of April 20
by | May 4, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 13 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Allied Biosciences’ aqueous antimicrobial coating composition; AT&T’s placement of antennas for 5G)or other next-gen networks; Brius Technologies’ teeth repositioning systems; Cloud 9 Perception, Lineage Logistics’ profiling pallets and goods in a warehouse; Intuit’s accounting workflow integration; rewardStyle’s targeted marketing based on social media interaction; Rolls-Royce’s aircraft engine cleaning system; and Quaker Oats’ whole grain composition comprising hydrolyzed starch.
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Dallas Invents: 117 Patents Granted for Week of April 6

by | Apr 20, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 9 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Astrapi's methods of transmitting data using polynomial-based signals, AT&T's allocation and extraction of data for augmented reality for 6G or other next-gen network, Building Materials Investment Corp.'s moisture sensing roofing systems, COEVAC's automatic smoke/carbon monoxide evacuation system, IBM's cognitive intervention for voice recognition failure, Kioma's child safety seat, SanDisk Technologies' low latency data transfer, Shavelogic's shaving systems, USAA's recommendation engine for cost of a claim, and an unassigned virus immune computer system.
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Dallas Invents: 145 Patents Granted for Week of March 30
by | Apr 14, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: AT&T's smart cascading security functions for 6G or other next-gen network, Bank of America's blockchain-based unexpected data detection, Fevertag's livestock health monitoring system, GoVision's portable video screen, Signal One International's reverse diffusion desalination, The Nielsen Company's system to monitor mobile internet activity, UNT's fabrication of multi-level graded photonic super-crystals, and an unassigned system for timed pet entertainment.
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Dallas Invents: 149 Patents Granted for Week of March 23
by | Apr 7, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: 7-Eleven's object tracking system, Akamai Technologies' cloud proxy autoconfiguration, Avodah's automated sign language translation, Capital One's system for assessing software risks, Corning's fiber optic connector parking device, Mary Kay's botanical formulations, McKesson's automated performance tuning of a data modeling platform, and Siemans' mesh generation system.
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Dallas Invents: 134 Patents Granted for Week of March 16
by | Mar 29, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 12 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Illuma Labs' reduced computation of t-matrix training for speaker recognition, Super-Sparkly Safety Stuff's personal alarm, Utility Isolation Systems' floodwater isolation system, Accenture's cross-application identity and access management, AirWatch's management of grouped student devices with timed locks, Apple's 5G new radio beam refinement procedure, Bank of America's blockchain augmented IoT device-based system for dynamic supply chain tracking, BNSF's wireless slide fence system and method, Capital One's visual inspection support using extended reality, Global Tel*Link's mobile correctional facility robots, State Farm's mitigation implementing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS), Texas Instruments' touch screen, and Wells Fargo's resource system for settlement of estate assets.
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Dallas Invents: 129 Patents Granted for Week of March 2

by | Mar 16, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Accenture's development project blueprint and package generation, Amazon's automated gates to secure mobile carrier unit payloads, Capital One's machine-learning AI system for identifying vehicles, Corrino Holding's collaborative storytelling in a virtual space, Elbo's system for remote game access, Fevertags' livestock health monitoring system, Ford Global's delivery locker and assemblies, Hari Mari's footwear with enhanced toe post, National Presort's high-speed print-and-apply label applicator, and TI's authentication of networked devices with low computational capacity.
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Dallas Invents: 146 Patents Granted for Week of Feb. 23
by | Mar 10, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 10 for patents out of 250 metros. ABB Power Electronics' pluggable power distribution units for modular edge power systems, AT&T's dynamic data threading system, UT System's waveform design for RF power transfer, Futurewei Technologies' portrait image evaluation based on aesthetics, Interactive Mobile Marketing's mobile showroom, IBM's empathetic image selection, Plush Cujo's moveable and storable wardrobe, Texas Instrument's zero latency prefetching in caches, USAA's computer-implemented roof inspection systems , Zimperium's static analysis to detect malware in mobile apps, and Zynga's social network data analysis to generate incentives for online gaming.
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Dallas Invents: 149 Patents Granted for Week of Feb. 16
by | Mar 2, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 10 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: • 7-Eleven's customer-based video feed, Audatex North America's web-based repair cost estimating system, BNSF's pressure sensing probe, DFB Soria's delivery of drug nanoparticles, Knightscope's autonomous data machines and systems, Raytheon's smart receiver with compressive sensing and machine learning, Sports 40 40's swing training device, Texas Instruments' tamper detection, Thermotek's wound care utilizing a thermally-treated therapeutic agent, Toyota's autonomous vehicle virtual reality navigation system, and Zynga's gameplay notification system for a cross-platform environment
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Dallas Invents: 134 Patents Granted for Week of Feb. 9
by | Feb 23, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 9 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Bank of America's neural mesh protection system for data transmission, Building Materials Investment's roof integrated photovoltaic system, Intuit's method to proactively manage alerts, Lynntech's fuel cell storage system, Mary Kay's stable vitamin c compositions, Prova Group's live auction system, Texas Instrument's projection system with offset image, Texas A&M's Zoysiagrass named DALZ 1308, and Toyota's methods for communicating with a guide animal.
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